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EVENING nUUXTlN, HONOLULU, T. !!., SATURDAY, JAN 30, 1!03.
BLOM'S HOSIERY SALE
HOSIERY S TO BE SOLD HERE NEXT WEEK AT PRICES THAT CAN IN NO WA7 BE CONSTRUED AS AN EQUIVALENT OF THE VALUES OFFERED. SALE WILL BEGIN PROMPTLY AT EIGHT O'CLOCK MONDAY MORNINO.
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N Monday Morning
Ladies' plain black hose, regular 12 l-2c SALE PRICE 10c
" .phin Hack hose, regular 20o SALE PRICE 15o
" black lisle hese, superior quality 35c SALE PRICE 12o
" white cotton hose, Rouble hc:l and tec, J5c . , . .SALE PRICE 25c
" black lisle, outsize, 35c .' SALE PRICE 25o
" black Rauzc, lisle, embroider :d front, 50c SALE PRICE 35o
" black, extra outsize, lisle, 60 2 . .SALE PRICE 35o
" whita gauze lisle. 50c -. SALE PRICE 35c
Ladies' black lisle hose, silk embroidered, 05c SALE PRICE 50c
" black lisle, lace ankles, 05c SALE PRICE 50c
" black lisle hose, lace embroidered, G5c ... SALE PRICE 50c
" colored lisle, lace hose, PINK, BLUE and GRAY. 05c.
SALE PRICE 50o
" white lisle hose, extra quality. 05c SALE PRICE 50c
" fancy lisle hose, finest embroidery, $1.00 . SALE PRICE 75o
" drop stitch silk hose, $1.50 , SALE PRICE $1.15
" sheer black silk hose, extra fine quality, $2.00,
" SALE PRlfiE $1.05
Misses lisle hose, extra fine finish, regular 25c . . SALE TRICE 20c
" gauze lisle hose, garter top, 35c SALE PRICE 25c
" tan lace hose, extra fine finish, 35o . . SALE PRICE 25c
Pine ribbed hose in FINK and BLUE, 35c SALE PRICE 25c
Boys' Knickerbocker, heavy ribbed, 3Jc . . . . , . . . SALE PRICE 25c
Loys' ribbed hose, thrce-thread lisle, 35c SALE PRICE 25c
Infants' fine black and white cotton sox, plaid tops, 35c SALE PRICE 25c
Infants' black lisle sox, 35c SALE PRICE 25c
Sheets Sheeting Sale for Monday Pillow Cases
00 x 90 PAC'FIC BRAND, regular $1.00 each SALE PRICE $ .80 " 42 x 30 Regal, regular $2.00 perdozon .... SALE PRICE $1.40 per doz.
81 x no PAP!F!C liTtANT) rem.lir S m MM, !ATF PHIPF t 7ff '4 PACIFIC BRAND, regular 35 cents a yard, SALE PRICE 25c
X 1 ! ! I ! ! J SI 11 S 4 PACIFIC BRAND, regular 30 cents a yard, SALE PRICE 25c 42 x 30 Pacific, regular $2.75 per doztn SALE PRICE $2.10 per doz.
72 x 90 PACIFIC BRAND, regular $ .85 each SALE PRICE $ .70 74 pAcmo BRANI) r , 2V cents a rf SALE pR,CE 22t
C3 x OO.PACIFIC BRAND, regular $ .75 each , SALE PRICE $ .60 G4 PACIFIC BRAND, regular 22'2 cents a yard. SALE PRICE 20c 45 X 3 PadfiC' ""'" ?2''5 PCrd"n SALE PRICE $21 ' do1,
61 s 90 Hemstitched, regular $1.25 each ...... SALE PRICE $1.00 45-inch PACIFIC BRAND, regular 20 cents a yard, SALE PRICE 15c 45 x 30 Hemstitched $5.00 pcrdoz:n SALE PRICE $3.50 per doz.
A delightful dlnii'-r win shell i i
iTIiitiml.i) ctculng nl llio Alexander
'Young hotel, tin- host hettig Dr. Hrncst
CWntcrhousc mill tin- cnmnllmcntcd
, 'guest. Mr Prank Wallace. The prlv-
nlo dining, room was lined for the nc
'"cniilcui mill the groat round Initio with
Hh mound nf sc-irlut cariritlomi mil!
candelabra shaded In rod, tlio placo
' card- of rubber li'.r rs, and tin1 mown
tn tin' same nrllRllr" soltltK with the:
Inn glasses if sherry glowing ruddy i
i III tin- Knit light, delighted tlio guests
Knot unit rriiin mi iirllellc sense lint nsit-
i Isllcd tlio limiT man, for mint- dell"-
it ui conn en wore served with tludr nc
companjlng wines. Cnrnutlon let
vt'N) Blcn,overybidy, iyid Mr. Kail's
orchcstin, specially engaged fur tlio
occasion, plaint rind sang In the-nsu-ll
Lillllant mnnncr. Speeches mid lofiHtH
wcro listened to and much regret ex
pressed lit tlio coming departure or Mr.
Wiillire. Dr. Wnlorhouso was a rap
llnl html and tlio gucstn included Mr
Paul Iscnbcrg, Mr. C. II. Cooke. Mr.
I'rod Diiinon, -Mrn. C. It. Ilcminlnwny.
Mr. V. T, I. Wntcihouso, .Mr. Alhcrt
JudRo and .Mm. Lindsay will occu
py the house'bf Dr. Cooper diirhiK
tin- nbsenco of Mr8. Cooper In Kuropp.
She will Join tlio Ilcimann Fockcs in
New Yotli about Kcbruary 20th and
will proceed with them to Carlxbnd,
where Mr. Toclto will take the wa
f mini iiiiimii in
Al.(nnlt. 1 DPI) morn,
rromolcs Di3ralfonkc ifd
n.';Q:inrl licl PAnfilncnplihfp
lion. Sour StoiraclbDJarrtoa
Warms .lomutsiQUS.i m'nsa
ncss andLoss OFStEEP.
FMSunite Sijnarare of
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
r y ll"
THC ONTJ.UM COMfftMT, HIW VOKH OITT.
Exact Cop of Wrapper,
CONTINUOUS DRIVING $5 PER HOUR
SHOPPING: AND CALLING $3 PER HOUR
SHORT RUNS, FROM 0o UPWARD
SPECIAL RATES for "Round-thc-Island" and Long
Runs. Efficient Drivers. Beat Can, such as ,. '
STODDARD - DAYTONS 7-SEATED
POPE - HARTFORDS 5-SEATED
Royal Hawaiian Garage,
GEO S, WELLS Manager.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 101.
We repair any mike of autos. We employ tho 'lest
mechanics in the Islanl Server-Bioj.
Special attention jjlvcn to the carp of Private Automo
biles. All Work Onnrintreri, rrices Reasonable. . -f-
PREPARING GREAT SHOW
"Absinthe Krnpiic". . . from
It Happened In Xordhiid
'In Denr Hawaii"
"Let Mtmlo Hound" '
from King Dodo
"I l.lkc You"
fiotu The Major of ToWlo
"Down In JutiRte Town"
Those who attend tlio IHKh Mln-
vtiolH at the Opera Hoime next Thurs
day mid Saturdny cvcnliiRH will uco
a Rood deal mote than tho ordlmuy
mlnstre'l Hhmv, u tli.it old-tlnin form
(jf iimuMcniout Iiiih come to be known.
Indeed, tho Klktf MluutrnlH tliln year
mo liaidly in the clnns of nilnHtiels.
tho old, tlmo-wnrn stiiRo HcttluR hnv-
I lie been nllil03t entlrnlf nlioll'ilied. !
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There will be no "end men," and tho '""""'0 .Moniii.eama
rhorin, iimtcad of BlttliiK In the clan- U'lnyliiR the IJonleal ....
steal half-circle, will bo hcconiltiRly I Ml- '" Wnfeinmn
Mid naturally grouped In tho back- j l:'"' SoK. "Motlier'Hiisirt Spoke to
ground. Sonny Cunha. who hau th fniner Hince .Mr. i.nimo
drilling nud staging of tho perform- I,""a i5",' "S""R of ""' -''"',1","
Mr. ucurge urieii
the licit avnlhible amateur talent of
Honolulu him been Hcnired. In nildl
tloti to the inimlr of I.lrn I.cliiimiiii,
ocernt miugH from Iliidyanl KlpllngV
"Just So Stories," compoicd by Kd
wnrd German, wlll'be given. All thin
music h aliKolutoly new In Honolulu
jiinil l bound to catch on. Twenty-
Tenor Solo, "I Am Yotirii Truly llhu or thirty children, iw well iih
(Sho-dun) . .Mi. Hnymond lliown iidultn, will tnhe part In thn tableaux
Had Song. "Yankee Doucllo'n Come juml one of the attractive fcnturcH
to Town" (Yankee I'rlnro).... I will be n bnllot illvertlsveinent. The
Mr. Win. Warren, committee conslntH of Mm. I,. Ten-
She wan one of the Dmt Senatorn'
wIvch to rcHpjind to tho organization
ill the Congrcsiilonal Club, which Is
to draw the women of oluclnl Wash
ington more closely together. She
I.iih been alert to all of the Interests
of the club, Its organization, furnish
ing, Its first meetings, and, In fact,
everything pertaining to It. It Is,
however, her only experience In club
Again Is Mrs. Knox consistent, la
that sho linn cultivated tlio acquaint
ance of Presidents' wives and of the
humblest oniccholdcr with equal sue
cess. She hat) won them all.
Shu was the mot frequent visitor
that the late Mrs. McKlnley had when
In the White House. She paid early
morning calls tn the Invalid, carrying
dainty gifts and flowers ami books.
and she amused her with small talk
while Mrs. McKlnley knitted her fav
orite occupation. With Mrs, Ilooso
velt she was nm eqinlly friendly
terms and, HioiirIi thu wife of a Presi
dent may not visit without great d Is
mail, Francis Kanion, Katnn MagiMin,
Alllo Mngoon. William Morgin, Hex
ford Hitchcock, Ilandolph Hitchcock.
Alexander Anderson, John Ashle).
ilenry Hustiice, lister Marks. Watson
Il.illoiitj nc. Joseph Hunter. Clnssou
Kmory. William Oudcrklrk. IMwIn
Olbb. Marcus Monsiirrntt. Clu-enco
Wbllo Ilalpti Walker, lllakcly Mr
Stocker, Mortis Augur.
Mrs. Hydc-Smlth, who has been vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. Harold Dil
lingham, sallod In tho Mmmolla for
San I "rnnclsco on Saturday. She was
much entertained and entered Into the
roclal life of Honolulu with much en
joyment. Among others who enter
tained In her honor was Mrs. Prnnclx
Swnnry, whose luncheon on Thursd'iy
was a great success. The large round
table was decorated by seven bowls
of violets and lilies, tho effect being
yer) pleasing, Tho guests Included
Mrs. Walbrldgp, Mrs. S (J. Wilder.
Mrs. M. M. Scott, Mrs. Uiag, Mrs. Uiw.
Mrs. Far'iuhiirsnn, Mrs. Uerrltt Wil
der. Mrs. Harold Dillingham, .diss Mar-
Inn Scott Ilrldge was played during
ancc In hand, will find himself cov
ci oil with glory, unless all critics who
liuvu seen tho rchoarsals nod stage
setting are all wrong; for originality
stands out at overy turn and it Is dlf
limit to decide what features ntu the
Tho music for tho chorusca Is not
new, except the end kougs. When
over any organization aunouAces as
an attraction "new music," tho dis
cerning playgoer Iiiih coma to bo sus
picious, fur new initio usually means
very bad or commonplace music. Dl
icctor Cunha lias very wisely, there
fore, avoided this pitfall, and tho mu
sic Hmt will bo glvon by tho Klks
Allnstrcls will be flood r.mMc tho
very best from tile best of light opoia
bitch an "Tho C'hnperones," "It Hap
lened In Nordland," "King Dodo,"
"Tho Major of Toklo," etc. Hut the
libretto Is now, and, imucover. It h.
good and Is going to make a big hit.
The, scenery which has been designed
and painted by. Tom Sharp Is going I
to pinko one of tho very best stage
rettlngs ever put In a theater In Ho
nolulu. It will be a scene at Will
I ikl, tliii audience looking out Uhiii
tho Seaside Hotel grounds, with thu
clean on tho right nnd old Diamond
I Head In tlio distance The crater will
, not bo visible at first, however, be-
'cniuo It will bo a night scene, but
with tho ilslng moon (which Is a
ery efteellvo mechanical elcctrlral
ofiect) tho great point will bo seen
disclosed In all Us natural grandeur
and beauty. Tho grounds will bo
Mc Walking in
lay her respects tn the "first lidj-."
I The Kilohana Art League has an-
hey I'eck, Mrs. Hastings, Mlsx Hclioef- nounced that, owing to clrcumsinuc-
er, and Mrs. Potwlne, nnil the pro- es which It cannot control. h.n
(ceds of Hie entertainment will be been found to be out of tho nueit.'oii
handed over to the Woman's (tulld to Rive tlio Mnrdl Gras this j-ar. in-
of St. Andrew's Cathedral to pay some stead, the League will tako an .ictl-e
debts and for other necessary lin- I'art In the I'lornl Parade and tho of-
tretlon, tho flrst lady has casualty ,
dropped In to luncheon with Mrs. Knox die uffrnoon.
more than once. Mrs. Knox Is a fn: r f
ipient visitor In tlio pilvate pirt of tbe Mr. and Mrs. C. Iledemann were
While House, and ono or her first u,c delightful hhst and liostcss of h
pleasant duties upon returning- to dinner on Wcdnotday at their Wal
Wnslilimlon nfter an nbience Is to 111,1 huncalow Crimson icnrnatlonn
"She lloriowed My Only Hus
band and I'orgot To 111 lug
Mr. Chester Huun
Knd Song, "My I'luff-u-de-ltiiff". ;
Mr. Kugeno Allen
Ihirlcsquo Song, "Hatty Doll". . . .
Mr. .1. unes Olscn
lllg Noise, "llcrger's Hawaiian
Hand" Mr. II. Douthltt
Closing Choi us. The Hntlre Company
(a) "Dear Old Yankeo Uind"
(b) "I.aiikeo Yankee Hoys In III110'
(c) "Threo Chcera for the II. P.
O.. K, fllfi."
Oirhestra Selection, "Tho Teddy
.... Honolulu Concert Orchestra
Moving Picture, Local Scenes....
Hawall'H ll.irltone, Selcrted
Mr. Ilenrv Clark
.I11pa11e.se Love Song and lluek and
...Mrs. Mary (hum and 30 Pupils
For February 18,h
A iicrfcti iiiuncu Is going, to bo given
in thu Opera Houkc on rebruary lK(h
which will be something quite unliUo
at least iih far as Honolulu Is con
cerned. It Is to consist of a sorlw
rf labloaux taken from Lewis Cir-
lighted Just as ono may see them toll's Immortal woiks "Alice In Won-
most any night at tho 1e.1l hotol, but Idurland" and "Through the Looking
tho popular hgstolry will be undor 1 filaus," with tongs between thu tab-
'very dlffeient management than over j Iciiux, tho words of whti.li hnvo been
Ihofore, with fat Dutch Kddlu Douth- taken fioni thu vailotiB jioems occtu-
lit acting as ''mine host." Kvoiy-. ring In t huso two books. Tlio music
thing centers around l-Mdlc, who is tho composition of Liza Lohpuinn,
manages very opportunely to hnvo 11 tlio gifted composer of "In a Persian
lot of very taleirtcd ladles and gcu- danlen," and those who aro familiar
tlemcn diotl in on liiip, and hu has no with this latter work will kuow that
tiouble whatever In getting up an a musical treat Is in stole for them.
Imptnmptu show, which the audience, ' The tnhleaux will be biiMil 011 the II-
111 the Opera House ge.ts (ho benefit j lusliatlons of John Tumilul, famlllai
piovements about the Parish. Those
who have not read the Alices or Kip
ling's "Just So Stories" had better
ret busy before l'ebruary ISth.
MRS. KNOX IS POPULAR
AT THE CAPITAL
Wife of Senator Helps Her Husband
in Publio Life by Her 1
WASHINGTON. . C, Jan. 9.
Washington odlrla) life has had no
better treat In years than tho prom
ise of tho leturn of Senator and Mrs,
Philander C. Knox to tho Cabinet
circle, for both lutvu been highly suc
cessful In all of their coaacctlons at
the Capital, both political and toclal.
Mis. Knox's position Is particular
ly Interesting, Inasmuch as upon her
falls tho brunt of the toclal end of
her liMih.iiid'K career a part requti
lug1 deep thought and reckoning In
Washington, where the lines aro liar-V
and fast. Hhe has already won laur
els as a Cabinet woman who never
looked fagged, never turned to talk
to people behind her while sUq shook
hands with those who passed down
tho Hue at the White House, and who
never failed to give n unllo of wel
come to each person, though thou
sands passed before her at a slnglo
Whenever the President's wlfo 10-j
iiulred her assistance, whether at n
State function or a smaller ontertntu
ipout, for a walking or driving expe
dition or a hcait-to-heart talk In the
White House lllirai), Mrs. Knox b.u
always lespunded In n manner to lead
una to wonder that to small and
(hildlsh-looklng a woman could hold
fust so much tact and social grace. '
It was la her K street home, tho
other day that Mrs Knox gavo In a
fow winds her Idea of how best n
woman might belp her husband tn
his official or public caieer. This Is
vriiili sue Ham- cimiilli,
ii) ituiivniiug 1 nit iiicuiiHiiip 01 ,Mlu,m
Iclal celebrations for Wash 1 11 R urn's
Plrthday and give a social in.! pa
triotic entertainment at tho Op-'ra
House on Tuesday evening. Toll, 2:.d.
Those who have charge of the OlfiVi
dit celebration plans nie to meet and
;irrnnge an official program, to avert
any clashing of schedules. The or.
tcrtalnmcnt for tho evening b ihc
League will be a curtain-raiser,
I "Washington's Illrthdaj-," and a com-
edj-, "Pjgninllan and Oalale.t," to
be presented at the Opera llnuai. Tho
curtain-raiser Is perfect In its hl?tor
Ical Fettlng, ami throws now light or.
the circumstances surrounding Hi"
cutting down of tho cherry tree,
which to many people are Inclined t1:
regard as a mere hit of boyish "dev
iltry." The play. "Pygmalion and
Galatea," Is one that Is woll known
di. among tho first comedies ever
penned. It Is full of strong situa
tion, but there aro many of a lighter
character that appear in the most
unexpected plates. Members of the
League will bo Invllod, but tho re
mainder of the seats will b esold to
either members or others. Many scats
have already been spoken for, as
thn League members aro taking a
very great Interest In tho entertainment.
, Mils McChetney'c Dlrthdiy.
A very pleasant birthday dinre wi
given at the Seaside hotel this week
Friday In honor of Miss Itnth MrCaes
ney. it was a beautiful ovontng nnd
tho joiiii peoplo unjojed thcmsolvoi'
to tho utmost. Those ptt'scut and In
Vlteil worn: Laura Atherlnu, Muriel
llow-ntt, Jesslo Kennedy, Marjorlo Oil
man, Itagnhild White, Illluia White
Dora Atwatcr, I.etltla Morgan, Kanny
lloogn, Myrtlo Schuman, Theliu.i Mur
pliy. Until Anderson, Elizabeth i:amer
Itath Itlchards, Carrie McLean. Jul
letle Atwatcr. Pauline Sclncfer, Hosa
moiid Sunurj, Irene Cooper, Isabel
Coopor, Tbelnia Ilnthwell Marjorle
Marlon Chaplu, Mary Lucas
Stacker, Henrietta Smith
men mm woiiiun in puuiic iu uu-i Ml um IIol, (Catherine MagiMiu
by at all times administering the iv,ri McCaiiy. Maigaret Itestnrlcl;
hospitality of his homo with as much iMm Spmldlng. Maltha McChesney ' endar, and a book.
kiuco us poMuiup. in inci, 11 is 111 nwyndii I'avltt. Lillian McChesaoj
made an attractive ccntcrploco and'
the round lable set on the circular
binnl overlooking the soa was a mot j
artistic picture. The moon, casting
Its radlnuco over thu silver waters
enhanced the effect. Music enter
tained everybody after dinner. Tho
guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Clin
ton llallcntync, Mr. nnd Mrs. Sedg
wick. Miss Jessie Kaufmann, and
Mr. Watson, who Is a guest at tho
Tlio dinner which Mr. nnd Mrs.
Pratt gave' at the Moina hotel 011
Thursday uvunlug was n most beauti
ful and elaborate affair. Tho center
piece, a largo basket nf la Trance
roses, was exquisite, tho maidenhair
ferns outlining thu dainty decoration.
Thu electric candles wcro shaded by
miniature roses and tho place cards
were hand painted roses. Pink lels
were given ns souvenirs. Tho guostx
Included Dr. nnd Mrs. Itlch. Mr. nnd
Mrt'. Lyon, Mr. anil Mrs. firlnluiini.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Krod Waldron, Mr. nnd
Mrs. M. Phillips, Captain nnd Mrs.
Still another delightful affair In hon
or of Mrs. llydo-Smlth, was given by
Mrs. II V. Dillingham, who g.ivo a
luncheon on Tuesday for the fair
stranger. Among others present wero
Mrs. Ivors, Mrs Itlrlnrd hers. Mis.
Harold Dillingham. Mrs. C. Wright.
Mrs. Harold MntbSiulth, Mrs. vim
Holt. Carnations and ferns madu nu
Three remarkable women sailed In
thu Manchuria for the Orient, thu
Misses Hun', who have been guests At
the Hawaiian hotel. They aro from
an old Phlhideli'lil'i family and are
gradui'tcd physicians. , Pasadena,' Cali
fornia, Is their adopted home.
The dinner which .Miss McCaudlcKs
itive on Thursday was a ch.irmlug af-
I fair, tho guests Including Miss Lab
tree, Mr (leorgi Kuller and Mr
llrott 11, of Vancouver.
I A piclty little dinner was gldi 011
I Thursday evening by Mr. nnd Mm.
1 Clinton IJallcntyne, the guests Includ
Ing Mr nud Mrs llryant, Mr. and Mrs.
j C. Hedemititi. Miss llryant.
I Mrs. rrnnrlM Swanzy. Mrs. K M.
; Wat roil and Mr. Olosoit won the prize
, at the Stncey bridge- party on Tbiirs
day. They wero silk .work big, cal
of All tlio chorus woik Is donu by to all lovcis of Allie. and 111c under
the Knmehamehn llojs' (ileit Club and the able supoi vision m .Mrs. Hastings,
Bonny hss been working with thoni ' which Is sttfllclent to guninulcu llio
lor over two niontns past, anil no- .uccess or tlio onlertalnmeni. lioiiu-.i.or own femlnliio Held that sho can j.k Guard. Herman von Holt. Then- Mrs 1-Mwnr.l Ti-nnnv i. l.n.1.,1 n.
lulu will have an upportiinltj of sen-, lust help and onconriigo a man." dmo Cooke Itlchird Citton. Herbort ' birthday of her husband liv glilni: him
Ing In the llu?h such old filonds as, Mrs. Knox strikes one as being aiilpinaii. Heynolfl MeGrew. Donald a dinner nt which only his finorltu
tho Walrus and the; Carpetuui, Twen- 'dalntj. wnmaiilj. and one who would Itnst, Jaines McCandless. Cjrll Iloogs 1 friends weie Invited
dlcilum and Twcedledee, Hie (ineeu . i::iln, fioin public duties Yet in Hidilet .ImkliiM. Cvill Damon Alfn-.l I -
of Kajrls, thu DuchoES, and iihid llio pan i jeara she has av.al ened Yi.uii , ('hatha Lucas Aiihur Gilnun Mi Garndui Mis CIIITord Woods
cthci familiar clnractern Tho mu- to the noceislty of a broidor life for fluy ftnlbwell, Alan Ilenton, Vlncsnt l rothor-lu law from Montani his
1 1 J'ioui The Chapuioiio sic U as liutnuroiis au the words, and the sake ot her husband's position. Ilienous, I tun Giuliani, William Sclm I B'"iu to Maul tg tl.'lt the Lulklits,
clares that thoy. aro lotter-porfect.
Tho following Is. llio program:
Cterluie, "Light Cavalry"
. Honolulu Conceit Orchestia
Op. nln'; Chorin
(a 1 Vivo la Ilohtmila"
' ,. MCSriwi
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